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Can't put songs on my ipod nano

I just bought a ipod nano 4gb and I can not put songs on it from my windows media player but I could with a mp3 player, it is like it will not detect it.

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The media player songs are in .wma format.
the ipod takes .mp3 that you have to buy from itunes or get from limewire or something.

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